Rebecca Smith, a 10-year member of Central United Methodist Church in Lenoir City, took on the role of Communications and Digital Ministry dir…

Rebecca Smith, a 10-year member of Central United Methodist Church in Lenoir City, took on the role of Communications and Digital Ministry dir…

One year after shutting down the River Oaks Place in Lenoir City visitation ministry, Calvary Baptist Church leadership has started visiting e…

Lenoir City Schools was recently announced by the Tennessee Department of Education as one of 48 districts selected for the optional pre-kinde…

Loudon High School recently received a $3,500 grant from Tennessee Valley Authority for a STEM collaboration project between the engineering a…

Four people were transported with injuries to University of Tennessee Medical Center following a five-vehicle wreck at 11:20 a.m. Sunday on In…

Loudon Elementary School students recently drew artwork that will be used in a greeting card fundraiser by local nonprofit Adopt-a-Class. Stud…

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The community helped a Loudon County Sheriff’s Office deputy and his family in a big way after their home was lost to a fire.

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Loudon County Board of Education gave a vote of confidence to Director of Schools Michael Garren on Thursday with a two-year extension.

A registry is a system for collecting and maintaining, in a structured record, data on specific persons from a defined population, which allow…

Loudon County Commission agreed Monday to transfer the Fort Loudoun Medical Center property in Lenoir City to Covenant Health.

Tennessee Valley Authority is reviewing the land use plan for the Tellico Reservoir, which could make more recreational land available in Loud…

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With a tumultuous year caused by COVID-19, service organizations such as Good Samaritan Center of Loudon County and Mid-East Community Action …

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Clear skies and warmer temps Saturday created perfect conditions for the return of annual Easter egg hunts in Loudon County.

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With help from students, Adopt-a-Class is looking to support Loudon, Steekee and Vonore elementary schools through greeting cards.

Loudon County received a deluge of rain over the weekend that caused some localized flooding, but only minor damage has been reported.

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